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Dr. Sonal D. Wankhede*, Dr. Sumeeta S. Jain and Dr. V. G. Patrikar


Objective: Sthaulya (obesity) can be defined as abnormal growth of the adipose tissue due to the enlargement of fat cell size (hypertrophic) or fat cell number (hyperplastic) in human body. The distribution of fat in obese individuals in uneven and disproportionate giving rise to a number of several complications like diabetes, hyperlipidemia, cardiovascular disorders and many more. It is one the Santarpanjanya Vikaras (i.e diseases due to excessive nutrition) in an individual. Obesity ranks fifth in the risk of the global deaths and its prevalence is still increasing markedly in the recent years due to faulty dietary habits and miss-managed lifestyle. Hence, it is quite essential to control and prevent the disease to avoid further complications. Material and Methods: This is a case of a 40 years male presenting with the complaint of sudden increase in weight, dyspnea, fatigue, bulging of abdomen and thighs since 1 year. No history of hypertension, diabetes or any other medical condition was noted. On proper anthropometric examination, it was revealed the person was obese with weight 90 kgs & BMI 31.98kg/m2(as per WHO Criteria for obesity).In Ayurveda, Gomutra Haritaki is a classical and unique combination of the two authentic herbs, Gomutra, a very holy Rasayan working at the tissue level capable of balancing bio-active substances and a very good Fat metabolizer, along with Haritaki (Terminalia Chebula), a well known rejuvenating agent holding the properties of Deepan, Pachan, anuloman etc. The unique combination of the two drugs was administered to the patient in the powdered form into two divided doses of 5 gms per day for three consecutive months without any other conventional medicines and dietary regime. The patient was assessed objectively for weight, BMI, and other anthropometric measurements along with his lipid profile essay. Subjective criteria included the lakshanas of sthaulya as per the ayurvedic literature at regular intervals. Results: Results were interpreted on the basis of the data analyzed, and conclusion was drawn. Objective parameters showed significant reduction in the weight of 3.5 kgs with BMI reduction by 1.5kg/m2. Patient showed improvement in his systemic symptoms of hunger, fatigue, dyspnea etc. Improvement in his lipid profile essay was also noted. Overall, a considerable effect of the formulation was observed after the therapy. Conclusion: This case study was a genuine attempt to observe the effect of the classical ayurvedic formulation, Gomutra haritaki on metabolism of fat in an sthula (obese) person and eventually preventing the risk of obesity and its further complications.

Keywords: Sthaulya(Obesity), Gomutra haritaki, Fat metabolism.

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